The Pride Community Centre is a service of the McMaster Students Union. We provide a contact point for McMaster students that may identify as LGBTQ2SI+ but anyone may access our services. We provide one on one peer support, support groups, educational events, advocacy, and social events.
Youth Line offers confidential and non-judgemental peer support through our telephone, text and chat services. Get in touch with a peer support volunteer from Sunday to Friday, 4:00PM to 9:30 PM.
Supports provided to University of Ontario Institute of Technology active students
Toronto Bisexual Network provides a community where bisexuals, pansexuals, omnisexual, fluid and other non-monosexual people, as well as people questioning their sexuality, can share diverse perspectives on bi+ issues and experiences. We offer peer-support, a social network, information and resources.
Glow is the oldest queer and trans student organization in Canada. Run entirely by dedicated student volunteers, it offers a wide variety of discussion groups, social events, advocacy opportunities, awareness campaigns, resources, and information. It also provides peer support throughout the week.
The ENAGB Program provides our youth the opportunity to explore many areas of their lives that may assist youth to progress into their future. ENAGB offers educational support, physical supports, culture programming, recreational activities, Transitional Housing Support and so much more that we encourage you to discover.
AIDS Service Organization
Trans Women's Program
CHAMP and OPA+
The GSRC is a safe(r) space where Carleton’s queer, trans, two-spirit and gender-diverse students can find support, resources, and community. We offer advocacy, programming, peer support, educational workshops (including anti-oppression), safer-space training, and more! Our work reflects the diversity within our communities, including but not limited to immigrants, people with disabilities, Muslim, Black, and Indigenous folks, and other people of colour. We offer free tampons and pads, as well as safer sex supplies. Additionally, the GSRC is home to the second-largest queer library in Ottawa with both a lending and reference section.
Offers a safer space on WLU campus, run by and for LGBTQ2S+ students. Also runs programming such as trans allyship workshops, clothing swaps, etc.